In the wake of yesterday’s big primary results — particularly in Michigan, where Donald Trump won on the Republican side, and Sen. Bernie Sanders pulled off an upset win over Hillary Clinton on the Democratic side — the presidential candidates from both sides will immediately take part in more debates this week, leading into next Tuesday’s big primary elections, which will feature big states like Florida, Illinois, North Carolina and Ohio.
The Democratic candidates for president, Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton, will take part in the Univision Democratic debate on March 9, beginning at 9pm ET. It will be held at Miami Dade College, in the key primary state of Florida. The Washington Post, which is co-sponsoring the debate, says the candidates are likely to debate immigration and campaign strategy. The debate will air live in Spanish on Univision, and will be simulcast in English on CNN. It will also be streamed on Univision.com, WashingtonPost.com, CNN.com and FUSION.net. Moderators are Karen Tumulty of The Washington Post, and Maria Elena Salinas and Jorge Ramos of Univision.
The Republican candidates take the stage the next night, March 10, beginning at 8:30pm ET, for the CNN Republican debate. They, too, will meet in Florida, this time at the University of Miami. Frontrunner Donald Trump, Sen. Ted Cruz, Sen. Marco Rubio and Gov. John Kasich will take part in a debate hosted by CNN and moderated by the network’s Jake Tapper and Dana Bash, with talk radio host Hugh Hewitt and The Washington Times‘ Stephen Dinan joining as questioners. Along with being broadcast live on CNN, the Republican debate will be live-streamed at CNN.com and across mobile devices for all users without logging in. CNN International and CNN en Espanol will also simulcast the debate.
The Univision Democratic Debate airs March 9 at 9pm ET on Univision and CNN.
The CNN Republican Debate airs March 10 at 8:30pm ET on CNN, CNN International and CNN en Espanol.